The programme is organised in collaboration with the Spanish Agency for the Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Young Offenders of the Autonomous Region of Madrid and the Valencia Regional Department for Equality and Inclusive Policies. Its objective is to provide basic training to children housed at young offenders institutions in order to aid them with their reintegration into society.
The sessions address topics that are of interest to the children and have a practical focus (e.g. paying taxes, finding employment, consumer rights, family, criminal and correctional issues).
The programme is taught in three young offenders institutions: Teresa de Calcuta (Madrid), Jaume I de Picassent (Valencia) and Colonia San Vicente Ferrer (Valencia).
Since 2010 volunteers from the Professor Uría Foundation have been dedicating the necessary time, knowledge and enthusiasm to make this programme possible.